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Infecciones necrotizantes de los tejidos blandos

Una enfermedad infrecuente pero de elevada mortalidad directamente relacionada con el retardo en iniciar el tratamiento.
Autor/a: Dres. Qaali A. Hussein, Daniel A. Anaya Crit Care Clin - (2013)
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